“The Royal Park Hotel Ginza 6-chome” to open on May 30, 2024 “GINZA POP” concept adds color to travel memories

Royal Park Hotels opens third hotel in Ginza

Mitsubishi Jisho Hotels & Resorts Co., Ltd. will open The Royal Park Hotel Ginza 6-chome on Thursday, May 30, 2024. This will be its sixth hotel in the Tokyo metropolitan area and its third hotel in the Ginza area.

The hotel is located in Ginza 6-Chome (around the former Kobikicho area), facing the beautiful ginkgo tree-lined Showa-dori Street. It is also close to the Kabukiza Theater, Tsukiji Outer Market, and an area lined with major department stores and brand shops. The nearest station, Higashi-Ginza Station, is easily accessible by train or bus from Haneda Airport and Narita Airport.
The hotel features vivid colors and rounded designs, inspired by the curtains at the Kabukiza Theater and the colors of the ginkgo trees lining Showa-dori Avenue, providing a vibrant and exciting accommodation experience.

The Royal Park Hotel Ginza 6-chome exterior

■Hotel concept: "GINZA POP"
The name incorporates the meanings of both "POP in history and culture (=the birth of)" and "POP in design and patterns." The hotel's exterior and interior colors and design express the history of Ginza, a district that has always been at the center of the times by preserving tradition and culture while accepting and fusing with changing times and Western culture to create new culture, and where retro and modern coexist.

■Hotel exterior <br /> The exterior is accented with a golden color that matches the ginkgo leaves, which change color with the changing seasons. At the base of the building are plants that bloom with the changing seasons, adding color to the town together with the ginkgo trees.

2F Front Desk

■1F Hotel Entrance and 2F Front Desk and Lobby <br /> The design incorporates the same golden color of ginkgo as the exterior, with diagonal lines expressing the ginkgo trees on Showa-dori swaying in the autumn breeze and leaves falling down. The green of the willow trees that were once planted in Ginza is used as an accent color to represent part of Ginza's history. A SNACK & DRINK STATION has been set up in one corner of the lobby, where light meals and drinks can be purchased 24 hours a day at the self-checkout.

1F Entrance

■Guest Rooms on 3rd to 15th Floors <br /> The guest rooms are decorated in the colours of the Kabukiza theatre's standard curtains (persimmon colour = red, light green = green), symbolising a connection with the local community. The bold silhouettes and rounded designs that were popular from the Taisho to early Showa periods are used for the guest room furniture and floor patterns, creating an interior that combines retro and modern. The persimmon coloured rooms are mainly twin rooms, while the light green coloured rooms are double rooms, and although compact, they are modern and highly functional in design.

Guest Room Twin Room

Double Room

■B1F Large public bath exclusively for guests <br /> We have prepared a large public bath that guests can use free of charge to make their stay even more comfortable. The interior reflects the modern yet retro impression of Ginza, incorporating the golden color of ginkgo and the green of Ginza's willows on the walls. When using the bath, you can move around the hotel in your pajamas and slippers from your room.
In addition, each room is equipped with a bathroom.

Business hours: 15:00-25:00 06:00-10:00 Lockers available

Big bath

Big bath

■1F Restaurant "Western Restaurant Ginza Lamptei" Number of seats: 84 seats The concept is "Western food is Japanese food"
Japan's "Western food" is one of the unique Japanese food cultures that developed after the Meiji Restoration. Ginza is one of the centers of this culture. We serve this Western food that has developed to suit Japanese tastes.

business hours
Breakfast : 7:00-10:00 (last entry) closes at 10:30, 3,000 yen per person. Japanese, Western and Japanese-style "Western" cuisine served in buffet style. There is a "rice ball corner" where the chef makes rice balls right in front of you, and you can enjoy more than 10 kinds of rice balls.

Lunch : 11:30-15:00 (last order 14:30) Set menus available from 1,000 yen
Tea : 15:00-17:00
Dinner : Weekdays 17:00-23:00 (LO 22:00) Saturdays, Sundays and holidays 17:00-22:00 (LO 21:00)

Interior of Ginza Lamptei Western-style restaurant

Breakfast buffet

■2F Bar "Kobikicho Club" Number of seats: 19 seats While each country has its own unique bar culture, such as "pubs" in the UK and "bars" in Spain, the "snack" is a type of bar that developed uniquely in Japan. At "Kobikicho Club," you can experience the world-famous Japanese bar culture of "snacks," a place where you can chat, sing, and have fun while enjoying drinks with the hostess and friends. As it is located inside the hotel, even "snack bar beginners" such as young people and inbound guests can feel free to use it.

Business hours: Monday to Friday: 20:00-23:00 (last orders 22:30) Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays: 20:00-22:00 (last orders 21:30)
Food from the Western restaurant Ginza Lamptei on the 1st floor is available.

Inside Kobikicho Club

Kobikicho Club Entrance

[Environmental Considerations]
The hotel is also working to reduce material waste and contribute to resource circulation by using some surplus interior materials for the hotel's exterior façade. In addition, the hotel is working toward the SDGs by adopting highly efficient equipment, total heat exchangers, motion sensors, energy-saving LED lighting, solar power generation equipment, and water-saving fixtures.

■The Royal Park Hotel Ginza 6-chome Facility Overview <br /> Address: 16-14 Ginza 6-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Facilities: Guest rooms (273 rooms), restaurant, bar, large public bath Site area: 1,126.99 m2 (approx. 340.91 tsubo)
Structure and size: 15 floors above ground, 1 floor below ground Owner: Fuyo General Lease Co., Ltd., Hulic Co., Ltd. Construction: Taisei Corporation Design: Mitsubishi Jisho Design Co., Ltd. Operation: Mitsubishi Jisho Hotels & Resorts Co., Ltd. Hotel URL:https://www.royalparkhotels.co.jp/the/ginza6/
Access: 3-minute walk from Tokyo Metro/Toei Asakusa Line "Higashi-Ginza" Station (Exit 4/A1) 6-minute walk from Tokyo Metro "Ginza" Station (Exit A3)

*All images are for illustrative purposes only. *Prices include consumption tax.

From the Mitsubishi Jisho Hotels & Resorts press release

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